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[name of Licensor] [of OR incorporated in England and Wales with company registration number [number] whose registered office is at OR [address] (the Licensor)
[name of Licensee] of OR incorporated in England and Wales with company registration number [number] whose registered office is at] [address] (the Licensee)
In this Licence the following definitions apply:
the Licensor’s building known as [description] [registered at HM Land Registry with title number [title number]];]
the Licensor’s shopping centre known as [name] [registered at HM Land Registry with title number [title number]];]
the date on which the Lease is granted;
the lease of the Property to be granted in the form annexed to this Licence;
all legislation having effect in the United Kingdom at any time during the term of this Licence, including:
Acts of Parliament
orders, regulations, consents, licences, notices and bye laws made or granted:
under any Act of Parliament;
by a local authority or by a court of competent jurisdiction
any approved codes of practice issued by a statutory body;
the sum of £[amount] per month;]
[Licence for Alterations
the licence for alterations in the form annexed to this Licence;]
the period starting today and ending on [date] or (if earlier) on Completion;
the property to be demised by the Lease [within the [Building OR Centre]] [known as
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